BOR ZULJAN

Bor Zuljan (1987) je aktivan u različitim muzičkim žanrovima i projektima i traži sintezu savremene i rane muzike, različitih svetskih muzičkih tradicija, jazza i improvizacije. Svira gitare, razne vrste lauta, vihuela, oud, tar i druge rane i tradicionalne instrumente. Traganje za vezom zvuka, slike i reči dovelo ga je do saradnji u različitim interdisciplinarnim projektima. Redovno nastupa kao solista i sa ansamblima kao što su Le Concert Brise, Ženeva Camerata, Slovenačka filharmonija, Ensemble Contrechamps, u duetu sa Dušanom Bogdanovićem, kao i sa ansamblom La Lira. Njegovi projekti su predstavljeni na festivalima kao što su Laus Poliphoniae u Antverpenu, Oude Muziek u Utrehtu, Festival Radovljica u Sloveniji i mnogi drugi. Takođe je nastupao u Kini, Alžiru, Nemačkoj, Francuskoj, Švajcarskoj, Španiji, Danskoj i Hrvatskoj. Od 2011. godine je umetnički direktor festivala rane muzike Flores Musicae u Sloveniji. Njegovo kritično izdanje Gorzanijeve Druge knjige o lauti objavilo je Slovenačko muzičko društvo i CD „La barca del mio amore“ sa muzikom istog kompozitora, sa talijanskim pjevačem Pino De Vittorio, koji će se objaviti za etiketu Arcana. Nakon završetka džeza i klasičnih programa na ljubljanskom konzervatorijumu za muziku, nastavio je studije sa Aniello Desiderio u Koblencu u Nemačkoj. 2007. godine počeo je da studira na Haute Ecole de Musikue de Geneve, gde je diplomirao gitaru i lautu (Dušan Bogdanović, Jonathan Rubin), nastavio specijalizaciju u srednjovjekovnoj muzici i završio magisterij muzičke pedagogije. Od 2011. godine radi kao istraživački asistent u istoj školi na projektu Fantazije improvizacije na lauti u 16. veku. Učio je lautu i na konzervatorijumu Populaire de Musikue, Danse i Theatre de Geneve, i održao brojna predavanja u institucijama, kao što su Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Fondazione Giorgio Cini u Veneciji, CNSMD Lion, Haute Ecole de Musikue de Geneve, Escuela Superior de Musica de Mekico i Muzička akademija Ljubljana.

 

Bor Zuljan (1987) is active in different musical genres and projects and searches for a synthesis of contemporary and early music, different world music traditions, jazz and improvisation. He plays guitars, different kinds of lutes, vihuela, oud, tar and other early and traditional plucked-strings instruments. The search for the connection between sound, image and word led him to collaborate in different interdisciplinary projects. He is performing regularly as soloist and with ensembles, such as Le Concert Brisé, Geneva Camerata, Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Contrechamps, in duo with Dusan Bogdanovic, as well as with his ensemble La Lyra. His projects have been presented in festivals such as the Laus Polyphoniae in Antwerpen, Oude Muziek in Utrecht, Festival Radovljica in Slovenia and many others. He also performed in China, Algeria, Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain, Denmark and in Croatia. From 2011, he is the artistic director of an early music festival Flores Musicae in Slovenia. His critical edition of Gorzanis’ Second lute book has been published by the Slovenian Musicological Society and a CD „La barca del mio amore“ with music by the same composer, featuring italian singer Pino De Vittorio, is about to be published for the label Arcana (Outhere). After graduating in jazz and classical programmes at the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music, he continued his studies with Aniello Desiderio in Koblenz, Germany. In 2007 he started studying at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève where he then obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Guitar and Lute (Dusan Bogdanovic, Jonathan Rubin), continued with a specialization in Medieval music and finished a MA in music pedagogy. Since 2011 he has been working as research assistant at the same school on a project on Fantasia improvisation on lute in the 16th Century. He teaches lute at the Conservatoire Populaire de Musique, Danse et Théâtre de Genève, and has given numerous conferences and master classes at institutions, such as the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice, CNSMD Lyon, Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève, Escuela Superior de Musica de Mexico, and the Ljubljana Academy of Music.

 

 

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